Hundreds allow themselves no break. The hard-working summer with lots of great festival gigs is hardly over as the band announces dates for the next part of the "Aftermath" tour. In December Hundreds will bring their same-named album one last time into the clubs before they start working on new material.
At the same time they release their next single "Ten Headed Beast". Despite the dense, driving pulse the song's version by German top producer JEM shows Hundreds from an unfamiliarly airy angle. Over the bright harmonies singer Eva Milner tells a story of scrutinizing life designs and decisions in her characteristic calm tone. "Imagining to slip into the role of another person has something liberating to it," she says. "The truth of the other person guides me for a little while."
In addition a remix by Christian Löffler is released. It also marks the start of a cooperation both sides are aiming for for a long time. The piece's long version, which Löffler lent his tasteful, introspective touch, will be released in November together with other remixes (Brandt Brauer Frick, Robag Wruhme, The/Das) on a classy EP on Berlin's techno label Krakatau Records and illustrate another shimmering facet of Hundreds' soundscape.